Walking in art Marvik's footsteps in Dangerous Cargo

Last week I took the opportunity to walk in Art Marvik's footsteps on a return visit to Kimmeridge Bay in Dorset which is featured in the latest Marvik marine crime novel, Dangerous Cargo, published by Severn House in the UK on 31 May 21016 and in the USA on 1 September.

In Dangerous Cargo, Marvik's mission for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS) is to catch a ruthless killer whose murders span over half a century. He tracks down a man he believes is involved to Clavells Cafe and Restaurant in Kimmeridge Bay.

Kimmeridge Bay featured in Dangerous Cargo

It was a return visit to the area for me because I visited it for research purposes for Dangerous Cargo, the second in the Art Marvik series.

Following in Marvik's footsteps in Dangerous Cargo, looking across to Poole

The Jurassic Dorset coast is a spectacular backdrop for Dangerous Cargo and you can see where Marvik's mission takes him along the coast and to the Dorset coastal town of Swanage in previous blogs and in the video trailer.

There's the chance to win a signed copy of the new Art Marvik marine crime novel, Dangerous Cargo, and the latest DI Andy Horton crime novel, Fatal Catch.. Simply enter the Portsmouth International Port's free prize draw.

The competition closes 30 June 2016.


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